Brazilian information management solutions provider Sadig expects to grow 12% in 2012, mainly relying on the strength of the domestic market, news source Baguete reported.
"Even with the crisis in the Euro zone, which we think shall continue for a long time, we believe in the potential of our internal market," company president Moacir Pogorelsky was quoted as saying.
However, the growth forecast for 2012 will be lower than 2011's projected 15% revenue increase, according to the executive.
During 2011, Sadig added more than 30 new clients to its base, bringing the total to some 600 companies. In addition, the IT firm launched two new services - Sadig Express and Sadig Mobile, for tablets.
As a business strategy, the executive intends to strengthen the channels network in 2012, mostly fostering partnerships where Sadig's solution can be added on to other software.
Sadig is headquartered in Rio Grande do Sul state and has offices in São Paulo and Paraná states.